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An Online Encyclopedia Of Cyberattack and Cybersecurity Terms

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Cyber Attacks

Application Attacks

Web applications are popular targets for attackers, both on their own and as gateways to internal networks.


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DDoS Attacks

DDoS attack occurs when multiple machines are operating together to attack one target to disrupt the normal traffic of a targeted server.


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Cloud Attacks

Cloud Attack is cyber attack that targets off-site service platforms that offer storage, computing, or hosting services via their cloud infrastructure.


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Bot Attacks

Bot Attack is the use of automated web requests to manipulate, defraud, or disrupt a website, application, API, or end-users.


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Cyber Security

Application Security

Web application security is one of the most vital components for maintaining a healthy business.


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DDoS Protection

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are becoming more frequent, powerful and sophisticated.


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Cloud Security

Cloud security refers to the technologies, policies, controls, and services that protect the data, applications, and infrastructure in the cloud from threats.


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Bot Management

Bot management is a strategy that enables you to filter which bots are allowed to access your web assets.


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